That’s right, a New Name and a New Badge for the Challenge!
Wordless just didn’t really fit what was trying to be done here. Sure, this is Haiku poetry without words but in truth I believe calling it Wordless Haiku almost handcuffed the creativity. So from this point on it’s going to be known as the;
Photography Haiku Challenge!
Yes, the first ever
The rules are simple: For how to write a Haiku in English and using the 5/7/5 syllable pattern click here.
I prefer no words or numbers of any kind to appear in the images you use. This includes sign language . . . of any kind. I believe this forces one to be more creative.
Below is my original example of how to do a haiku with images. People have become a lot more creative with using their photography. This is just to show you a basic layout and give you an idea of how things might look. Check out our previous participants to see how it’s really done.
Visit Blog it or Lose it and Through the Eye of Bastet to see how you might can do this.
This is an example of one I created.
The Haiku was:
Moon Shadow Dancers
Heartbeats Stumble, falling in
I know, not the best but it was better then the first one I posted.
Here’s the challenge;
- You create your own Photography Haiku before Noon on the Sunday following the posting of this challenge,
- Then either post a link in the comments here for everyone that visits to go see and/or ping back (copy the URL for this post into your Haiku post) to this post in your Haiku post.
I will read it and comment on it. Once I comment come get the badge.
If some of you would like a theme to prompt you what to begin thinking of you can perhaps use. . .
Bottles & Light
What do the words mean to you, and how can you connect the two words through that second line? You do not have to do the prompt, it is just a prompt to make you start thinking of things.
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